Hi jelenasofronijevic, at the age of 13 I was doing a combined science GCSE. At A’level I did human biology, maths, and psychology and at university I studied sport science involving elements of physics (biomechanics), and chemistry (nutrition) and biology (e.g., cardiovascular system) as they apply to sport performance. I’m guessing the teaching of science has changed quite a lot since I was 13, but in hindisght I’d have like to have studied more physics (not that I was very good at it)!
I think I’d have wanted to do more hands-on science, I remember doing more experiments at college but in my school we didn’t do much at all. I think I learn more from doing things practically so that would have been good. It is quite hard to do hands-on work in big classes though so I can understand why we missed out!